SANTIAGO – The National Petroleum Company (ENAP) of Chile, in its weekly report, has announced that fuels will record declines in their prices, starting Thursday (December 13).
It is the eighth consecutive fall in price of fuels that is registered in Chile.
Enap said that 93 and 97 octane gasoline will have a downward variation for the eighth consecutive week, of 5.8 pesos per liter, with a reference value of $ 748.9 and $ 769.7, respectively.
For its part, kerosene (paraffin) will note a drop of 10 pesos per liter, remaining at a reference value of $ 482.2. Meanwhile, diesel will have a low of $ 5.8, while liquefied gas will be the only fuel that will suffer a rise of $ 2.4, leaving its reference price at $ 222.9.
La variación del dólar, el transporte y el almacenaje son sólo algunos de los factores que inciden en el precio del petróleo y los combustibles en Chile. ¿Quieres saber más? Mira el siguiente video: pic.twitter.com/VeVUoC9VrQ
— ENAP (@Enap_Informa) December 14, 2018
In this regard, ENAP noted that “these prices incorporate the decrease in the prices of gasoline 93, gasoline 97, kerosene and diesel, as well as the increase in liquefied gas, product of the movements recorded in the international market of the Costa of the Gulf from Monday, November 26 to Friday, December 7, 2018, reference period for the calculation”.–MercoPress